These powerful first-person stories explore the many reasons and ways we experience grief and navigate a new normal. After 15 years of marriage I lost my wife, Leslie, to cancer. For nearly 20 years, I only loved one woman. my wife, the mother of my children. Still, quite apart from missing the woman I loved, I miss having a partner. I miss the intimacy of a relationship. Someone to talk to.
[GOOGLEFREETEXTUNIQ-25]But why the strong reaction? Does it a feel like a sense of betrayal to the deceased? Is just the thought of having to start over, to put ourselves out there just too overwhelming or too exhausting? Is it that the endeavor seems worthless as there will simply never EVER be someone as perfect for us as the partner we lost?
Contributors control their own work and posted freely to our site. If you need to flag this entry as abusive, send us an email. Sometime after the death of your spouse, you will think about dating, especially if you liked being married. This may be in a month; it may be in five years. Whenever you start, you'll probably feel guilty, like you're cheating on your wife, husband, or partner.
Dating is complicated. Grief is complicated.
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